- 第三人称单数: commits;
- 过去式: committed;
- 过去分词: committed;
- 现在分词: committing;
The council has committed large amounts of money to housing projects.
She was committed to a psychiatric hospital.
She committed the instructions to memory.
Both sides committed themselves to settle the dispute peacefully.
You don't have to commit yourself now, just think about it.
Why are so many men scared to commit? (= say they will be loyal to one person)
to commit murder/adultery , etc.
Most crimes are committed by young men.
appalling crimes committed against innocent children
The President is committed to reforming health care.
Borrowers should think carefully before committing themselves to taking out a loan.
He is expected to be committed for trial at Liverpool Crown Court.
She had not committed anything to paper about it...
I'll repeat that so you can commit it to memory.
Arthur's drinking caused him to be committed to a psychiatric hospital.
It isn't their diplomatic style to commit themselves on such a delicate issue...
She didn't want to commit herself one way or the other.
I'd like a friendship that might lead to something deeper, but I wouldn't want to commit myself too soon...
I have never committed any crime...
This is a man who has committed murder.
There are unconfirmed reports he tried to commit suicide.
They called on Western nations to commit more money to the poorest nations...
The government had committed billions of pounds for a programme to reduce acid rain...
I would advise people to think very carefully about committing themselves to working Sundays...
We can commit transparent access of heterogeneous databases with federal database technology on DB 2 II.
If you're going to do this, then fully commit to it.
Are you willing to commit yourself to practicing every day?
你愿意每天专心练习 吗 ?
He just hummed and hahed, and finally refused to commit himself.
A thinking person must commit himself to working for peace.
Soon after, she knew she had to make a bold move to fully commit to her new future.
Only a very small proportion of burglaries are committed by technical means.
They receive severe penalties for committing minor offenses.
Violation of a rule is misconduct even ifit is committed with good intentions?
it is committed with good intentions
You are pointing out the errors he has committed.
He's about to commit suicide when he's interrupted by an old man who says his name is Smith.
But most woman are not committed careerists.
But critics allege that by making electronic copies of these books without first seeking the permission of copyright holders, Google has committed piracy.
For example, the shortage of young adults is likely to make countries more reluctant to commit the few they have to military service.
Countries that have a shortage of young adults will be less willing to commit them to military service
Men commit nearly 90 percent of violent crimes in the United States and almost all sexual assaults.
When males get angry, they can become aggressive or even commit violence
The court eventually freed Jackson after the police found the man who had really committed the crimes.
Having committed armed robbery.
And, by contrast, the loss of hope, is turning out to be a stronger sign that a person may commit suicide than other factors long thought to be more likely risks.
You know, forecasting's become a very hazardous business so I don't want to commit myself too much.
2016年6月六级真题（第二套）听力 Section C
Seymour made the change, went into his backyard, and expressed his displeasure by committing suicide.
1. perform an act, usually with a negative connotation;
"perpetrate a crime"
"pull a bank robbery"
2. give entirely to a specific person, activity, or cause;
"She committed herself to the work of God"
"give one's talents to a good cause"
"consecrate your life to the church"
3. cause to be admitted; of persons to an institution;
"After the second episode, she had to be committed"
"he was committed to prison"
4. confer a trust upon;
"The messenger was entrusted with the general's secret"
"I commit my soul to God"
5. make an investment;
"Put money into bonds"